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Lot 0393
**Originally Listed At $150**

East Asia, China, late Qing Dynasty to early Republic period, ca. late 19th to early 20th century CE. A lovely ensemble of six glazed porcelain blue ware items, including a small vase and five bowls of varying sizes. A pair of small bowls have ringed bases, thin rims, and similar depictions of two buildings and a boat along a gently-flowing river. Another bowl has a footed base and a saucer-shaped body, with floral and berry motifs around the interior rim. A fourth bowl has a slightly flared rim with cross-hatch designs and large flowers and vines on the interior. The largest bowl has a wide footed base, cloud-shaped designs on the exterior, and a cloud-like deity on the interior. Finally, a small vase with a small rim and low-relief flowers and painted branch and leaf designs. A lovely set! Size of largest: 7.75" Diameter (19.7 cm).

Provenance: ex-Adeon Gallery, Chicago, Illinois, USA, acquired prior to 1970

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Pair of small bowls repaired from several large pieces. Saucer-shaped bowl has area of repair to rim. All items have minor losses to glaze and areas of roughness, minor chips and nicks, fading and minor bleeding to blue designs, and light earthen and mineral deposits.

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19th C. Chinese Blue Ware Porcelain Vessels (6)

Estimate $300 - $450Apr 30, 2018
Louisville, CO, USA